Some may argue that despite it being the most important debate the country has had for a generation, it has still transcended into pettiness and childish arguments.
So with this in mind, the Examiner asked two more trustworthy members of society to predict which way the EU referendum will swing.
Cats Norman and Arthur, brothers and full-time sofa-scratchers, each chose which side they thought Britain would lean through the method of toy mice and cocktail stick signs.
And while Norman could be described am apathetic voter, it seemed Arthur seemed very taken with the idea of leaving the EU.
Norman seemed momentarily interested in the side to Remain, but soon wandered off, indicating feelings of “I’ll probably vote to stay, but to be honest I’m fed up with all this nonsense.”
But Arthur was very much for staying. So much so the mouse vying for the Leave side has now mysteriously disappeared.
Perhaps the strict EU regulations on fishing have caught his attention, with the prospect of eating something new for dinner.
Whether you’re with Arthur or against, remember to get out and vote!